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1 Corinthians 7

Read 1 Corinthians Chapter 7

“Now regarding the questions you asked in your letter."  That is the first sentence of verse 1.

And the rest of chapter 7 Paul is answering questions apparently to what they asked.

Notice some of the words he uses (New King James Version) "concession" which translates to permission, "judgment" which here in its use translates to opinion. He also spoke of a "present distress" in verse 26 which pertained to a current Corinthian situation.

So Paul answers their questions with guidance and in some cases options. Please remember our individual lives will be different and the path the Lord leads us may be different. I strongly urge you to read this chapter also in the New Living Translation. If you have a particular question regarding this chapter, please reach out to me!!

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